The highly anticipated third season of the hit anime series Fire Force has been confirmed, following a string of leaks over the past month.
In the amazing world of anime, the global community adores nothing more than liking, sharing, and discussing the latest theories and leaks about their beloved shows.
The discourse surrounding leaks is concentrated on social media, notably Twitter, where both true spoilers and bogus news may move swiftly to fans around the world.
The Japanese animation studio behind the Fire Force anime has now validated the leaker’s claims that production on the series has resumed.
Fire Force Season 3 Officially Confirmed
The third season of Fire Force was officially announced on May 17th. A third season of the show is “currently in production,” according to both the Japanese Twitter feed and the American website.
Yet, thanks to a number of leaks over the past month, anime fans have been rather confident in the imminence of this revelation for some time.
Twitter leaker and insider SugoiLITE, who has a solid reputation, announced on April 29 that “‘Fire Force’ Enen no Shouboutai TV Anime Season 3 is in production.”
The good news was that Fire Force’s comeback was all-but-inevitable regardless because anime renewals tend to depend on two elements; popularity and source material.
Just because we say so doesn’t mean you have to agree that Fire Force is a phenomenally well-liked show. Fire Force has received 83% on Rotten Tomatoes, 4.1/5 on Crunchyroll, and 7.69/10 and 7.78/10 on MyAnimeList, respectively, out of a total of 890,000.
Despite these figures having very little significance to the Japanese performance, probably a more essential component in renewals than overseas success, they do imply that Fire Force was clearly successful enough to earn a third anime season.
Next, we have the raw materials for the anime, which are sufficient to create a third season. Anime Geek (previously Monsters & Critics) states that the anime covered material from the manga up to chapter 174 of volume 20.
The good news is that, after a magnificent six years of serialization, all 304 chapters have been released over 34 volumes in Japan, and the series concluded earlier this year.
Due to the fact that each season of Fire Force has adapted about 10 volumes of the manga, there is enough material for at least one more full season of the anime, and possibly two if the manga content can be stretched out.
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Fire Force Season 3 Release Date Predictions
While news of the anime’s return for another lighting adventure was welcomed by fans, a release date for Season 3 of Fire Force was not disclosed. Previous seasons’ production schedules and information about Fire Force’s studio, David Productions, allow for some educated guesses.
With a 7- to 8-month animation cycle, Season 1 was announced in November 2018 and premiered in July 2019, while Season 2 will be unveiled in December 2019 and premiere in July 2020.
Given the length of the production cycle, some viewers would have guessed that the anime will air again in April 2022. However, David Production’s busy schedule certainly explains why we haven’t heard any official word about season 3.
The studio has been hard at work on Strike Witches: Road to Berlin, 2.43: Seiin High School Boys Volleyball Team, and Cells at Work!! since the conclusion of Fire Force season 2 in 2020.
A 52-episode version of Urusei Yatsura, however, is already in production at the studio and will air over the course of four seasons later this year. For the time being, let’s assume that Fire Force is David Production’s top priority, and fans may look forward to its third season premiere somewhere in either October 2022 the optimistic scenario, or January 2023 the more likely scenario.
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Fire Force Mobile Game Announced
At the same time that production on Fire Force Season 3 began, a new mobile game was also unveiled.
This new game is so early in development that, as is to be expected, the post simply refers to it by its working title, “Fire Force Flame Dance.”
According to the game’s new Japanese website, “free to play basically,” Fire Force Flame Dance will be an RPG-style game where players pay to play using in-game items.
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